Tom Holland is posting some pretty interesting stuff about his upcoming film Uncharted. The movie is a video-game adaptation and has already a great number of fans worldwide.
He recently posted a beefed-up shirtless selfie which leads to many speculations of starting the shoot. But it seems the team has started the shoot from today in Germany. Read ahead to know more about the same.
About Tom Holland’s Uncharted, a report published in The Hollywood Reporter stated, “Insiders tell Heat Vision that the Ruben Fleischer pic is due to resume filming back in Germany beginning July 20. The studio is taking the necessary precautions and the country has strict rules in place governing social distancing and groups on set, mask requirements inside for non-on-camera crew and disinfection requirements. Local productions have already been up and running since early June. Large crowd scenes are one of the big no-nos as is anything requiring a large number of people indoors.”
It also adds, “Insiders caution that while production is heading towards a resumption of shooting next week, the raging pandemic is anything but predictable and spikes in cases or an above or below the line infection could derail the proceedings. Uncharted has had a long development history and suffered several pushes and many folks are rooting for it.”
As told above, Uncharted is based on the video game of the same name. Tom Holland is set to play the main character, Nathan Drake, in the film, which will serve as an origin story set before the video game. For Holland, the path towards showbiz began getting carved when he was a child. The son of English comedian Dominic Holland studied dance when he was in school, and went on to do Billy Elliot The Musical. Director Ruben Fleischer is the man behind Tom Hardy’s Venom.